RESOURCE - Lessons written as research investigations! This language
and writing site targets upper elementary school and middle school students.
Contains lesson plans and a literary magazine for students. The Alphabet
Superhighway is under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Education's
library of Blue-Ribbon Web sites categorized by grade level, content
area, and type. A tremendous collection of sites. You can register for
the list serv and receive weekly updates of new sites.
this site, educators interested in encouraging students to become better
critical thinkers will find explanations of critical thinking, tactics
that encourage active learning, examples of lesson plans, information
about Socratic questioning, and more. One intriguing online article:
"Content Is Thinking; Thinking Is Content." Join the e-mail discussion
group to talk to K-12 teachers working to infuse critical thinking into
CLN (Community Learning Network) has a collection of links to the creative
project ideas (from all over the world) that make use of the Internet.
This group of projects includes opportunities for students to join up
with NASA and participate in authentic scientific and engineering pursuits,
to link with their peers in distant locations to discuss literature,
the environment, society and other topics, to write essays for a remote
audience, build web pages, etc.
site for teaching and learning resources offers quick access to hundreds
of free teaching and learning resources across the federal government
. Rich site that makes hundreds of educational resources from federally
sponsored programs available to the public, free of charge.
Ed. Net Briefs, Education Site of the Week, Lesson Stop, Library of
Congress, Internet Library, Math Resources, Science Resources, Language
Arts Resources, Search the Internet, Literacy Information, Previous
Sites of the Week, Grant Information, Algebra/Worksheet Maker.
Schrock's Guide for Educators is a classified list of sites on the Internet
found to be useful for enhancing curriculum and teacher professional
growth. It is updated daily to keep up with the tremendous number of
new WWW sites. An OUTSTANDING resource for educators.
constantly changing site developed for teachers by teachers in Washington
State. If you only get to know one site, make it this one! Lesson plans,
research lessons with internet connections, tutorials, links educator
teacher-created lesson plans targeted to your grade level and subject
area using Microsoft software such as Word, Excel, Publisher and Internet
Explorer. School subjects including language arts, science, mathematics,
social studies and more. Developed in cooperation with the Association
for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), this searchable database
is part of Microsoft's ongoing efforts to provide resources for educators
to integrate technology into curricula. Educators submitted more than
100 lessons for the database during the recent Microsoft/ASCD Lesson
Plan Contest. Read about the winners at http://www.microsoft.com/education/k12/winners.htm
Regional Educational Laboratory site containing over 7,000 links to
some of the best educational resources on the Internet, The Library
in the Sky guides teachers, students, parents, librarians, and members
of the community on their journeys through cyberspace.
have been developed by student teachers, experienced teachers, library/media
specialists and others. The matrix below shows some examples. Some are
more complete than others; many were developed as part of a course or
workshop and are not fully fleshed out or tested. Those that implement
the potential of the WebQuest format to the greatest extent are shown
springboards and starting points for teachers in each discipline. The
idea is to help teachers find articles that relate to their subject
area. We have also provided rubrics and assessment ideas to help teachers
document success and keep students accountable.
curriculum projects are WinStar For Education's solution for integrating
internet technology into the current core classroom curriculum. Each
project has been mapped to the New York State Standards for Learning
and has proven to meet many areas in a way that is fun and exciting
for the kids. Outstanding FREE projects to join.
resource. CLN is designed to help K-12 teachers integrate technology
into their classrooms. We have over 225 menu pages with more than 4,200
annotated links to educational WWW sites, as well as over 100 WWW resources
of our own -- all organized within an intuitive structure.
Elementary School's Web site in Canton, Ohio, USA, elementary school
teachers can find Internet links to help them plan units on the human
body, oceans, dinosaurs, communities, whales, and more.
by Encarta - This site has so many lesson plans you will think that
you have won the "Lesson Plan Lottery"!! All the lessons have been submitted
by teacher. Topics include Arts, Foreign Language, Health, Information
Technology, Language Arts, Math, Philosophy, Physical Education, Religion,
Science, Social Studies, Vocational Education and Special Collections.